I tested hibernation with no prior kernel version.

Now I tested the upstream kernel (v4.8-rc6) and the bug exists there, too. 
That kernel however caused strange things. The processor cores hit 100 % usage 
right after login. I opened a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T), started htop but the 
terminal became blank and another core hit 100%. This happened to the ps 
command and the xfce4-taskmanager. I could gain no information of what 
processes use 100%. Finally the whole system froze. I rebooted a few times so 
as to be able to test the hibernation. Once the system froze after typing the 
password on the login screen.

** Tags added: kernel-bug-exists-upstream

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